Rowing

In general, rowing is a pre-dawn or early morning event. The water is quiet, the sunrise is beautiful, and the ducks are sleeping. In Boulder, we rarely row in the afternoons because of the variety of water hazards: high winds, hail, lightning and other weather dangers, as well as motorized boat traffic on Boulder Reservoir. Early morning training offers the opportunity to arrive at work on time. Most classes run from 5:30 a.m. until 7:00 a.m. Monday through Saturday, broken up into different program days; private lessons usually occur after the program hours when coaches are free for individual lessons.

We row at Boulder Reservoir, northeast of Boulder. Refer to the map on the right for location and driving directions. The boats are stored on racks outdoors at the Boulder Reservoir. We hope to have a boathouse one day so we can offer a more extensive program and can better protect our equipment from exposure to the elements.

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